Architecture & Digital Technology: Today it is clear that the computer has redefined the practice of Architecture, indeed, digital technology can interfere at any stage of the architectural project. The use of CAD/CAE/CAM processes has contributed to expand the architect’s conceptual and material possibilities by improving the efficiency and flexibility of the whole design process, from conception to actual construction. The most visible impacts in practice have to do with the feasible exploration of complex geometries and the possibility of individualized modes of production – mass customization. Supporting all (creativity, engineering and fabrication) the computer becomes a true design partner. By reinforcing interdisciplinary relations, it is allowing architects to challenge established paradigms in building construction, like the limitations imposed by standardization, which dominated production in the 20th century.